Romantic Places To Go For Valentine’s Day

rbrs_0129One of the most thoughtful gifts you can get your significant other for Valentine’s Day is a quick, weekend rendezvous to a romantic destination. Even though Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, there’s still time to make some travel plans. Here are 5 romantic cities to go to this Valentine’s Day.

New York City, New York
There are so many romantic things to do in New York City that we had to include it on our list. Sure, the city is bustling with activity, but there are plenty of places to experience some memorable, intimate times with your partner. You could go through Central park on a carriage ride, take in a Broadway show together or going for a midnight stroll and stop at a coffee shop to share a dessert.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Right now it’s the off season for Myrtle Beach which makes it the perfect Valentine’s Day getaway for those that love the beach, but are on a budget. You and your sweetheart can spend your days lounging on the sand and ending it with a romantic dinner at night. For Valentine’s Day, many area hotels are having specials that include chocolates and champagne upon arrival.

Sedona, Arizona
Sedona is tranquil and romantic in nature. It’s a great place to visit for those that want to enjoy peace and quiet. It will allow you and your significant other to get away from the city and spend some one on one time together while exploring the area.

San Francisco, California
This city is filled with a lot of things to do for couples. There’s everything from visiting Fisherman’s Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge or one of the many shops and restaurants. Another perk to visiting this city is that no matter where you are at in San Francisco, you are bound to get a great view.

Napa Valley, California
Wine, spas and relaxation, it doesn’t get much better than traveling to Napa Valley for Valentine’s Day. Not only can you and your honey stop by a vineyard and taste some outstanding wine, but you can visit one of the areas many spas for one of their relaxing treatments. In addition to all of this, Napa Valley is very picturesque with its vineyards acting as a backdrop to the city.

Each of these cities has so much to offer travelers that you really can’t go wrong with any of them. If you are planning to travel for Valentine’s Day, now is the time to make those last minute travel plans!


Romantic Hotels Around the World

Romantic Hotels Around the WorldAll you need is some love, and of course a nice hotel that offers outstanding amenities and a great atmosphere. The hotel you plan on spending time at with your loved one, is obviously very important. Even if you and your partner have different tastes, any of these hotels will surely impress your significant other.

Masseria Torre Coccaro: Puglia, Italy
This hotel scores big when it comes to amenities. Not only is there a spa, but a beach club as well. It’s nestled in olive groves which adds to the romance. For an added bonus, guests can book rooms with a private patio and hot tub. The Puglia region is around the boot of Italy and is not popular with tourists just yet.  It is often referred to as Italy’s secret gem.  Read more about travel in Puglia.

The Savoy: London, England
To stay at The Savoy is to follow in the footsteps of Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Maria Callas, Claude Monet and Katharine Hepburn.  When you walk in you are instantly greeted with the posh lobby. The suites have butler service and the hotel offers views of the Thames River. The Savoy also has a private yacht available during the summer to book if guests want to see the river up close. There are four restaurants onsite that serve award winning food.  With every reservation at the Savoy, we offer complimentary arrival transfers, full English breakfast for 2 daily in Kaspar’s Grill or Thames Foyer and an 85 GBP food & beverage credit.

AltaGracia: Perez Zeledón, Costa Rica
This hotel is only for those that want to stay at one of the most romantic places on the planet. Guests can only get to this hotel by plane or helicopter as it’s situated in the mountains. Besides the lush accommodations, what makes this hotel so unique are the many amenities. There’s a wine cellar, cinema and reading rooms. AltaGracia also has several pools onsite that are filled with natural spring water.

La Casa Que Canta: Playa La Roba, Mexico 
La Casa Que Canta offers quite a view of the Sea of Zihuatanejo Bay as it’s situated on a cliff. Located on a promontory in the middle of Zihuatanejo Bay next to La Ropa beach, it offers unrivaled panoramic views. Built with tropical materials, the architecture is an icon on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. This hotel prides itself on its hospitality and the privacy that it offers its guests. There are 11 grand suites on site as well as 10 pool suites and 3 terrace suites that overlook the ocean. Playa La Roba has quite a few activities for travelers to enjoy including a variety of water sports and 18-hole golf courses. Rates start at $370 per night and include a $50 spa credit & continental breakfast daily for 2.


Cheval Blanc Randheli: Noonu Atoll, Maldives
If you want luxury accommodations then it doesn’t get much better than the Cheval Blanc Randheli in Maldives. The villas are spread out to ensure privacy and each one has its own 41 foot pool. There is an iPad in each villa that controls everything from the TVs to the blinds. One of the highlights of the Cheval Blanc Randheli is their onsite restaurant, 1947. There are only 7 tables which allows for a truly intimate, personalized dining experience.


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